MOU signed to improve mutual trade.
RAWALPINDI -- A memorandum of understanding was signed on Wednesday between Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) and Greek-Pakistan Entrepreneurship Cooperation to promote bilateral trade ties and mutually benefit the business communities of the both countries.
President RCCI, Raja Amer Iqbal and President Greek-Pakistan Entrepreneurship Cooperation Ms. Maria-Rubina G. Markopoulou signed and exchange documents at a ceremony attended by Chamber representatives.
Speaking on the occasion, President RCCI, Raja Amir Iqbal said that both parties would cooperate with each other to establish and develop direct and effective business relations between their respective offices and to facilitate arranging business to business (B2B) meetings on reciprocal basis.
Raja Amer Iqbal also gave a short briefing on RCCI key initiatives, exhibitions and Women Business Incubation Center (WBIC).
Earlier, Ms. Maria-Rubina Markopoulou paid a visit to WBIC and appreciated the role of RCCI in promoting business activities and empowering women entrepreneurs.
She expressed hope that WBIC will help women entrepreneurs to establish and run their own businesses. She assured her full support for providing trainings, support and mentorship for women entrepreneurs in Pakistan.
Under the agreement, both parties will assist each other in organizing exhibitions, conferences, seminars, international fair, research and development, information sharing, mutual trade and joint ventures.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Sep 14, 2017|
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